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Slew of Phones from Sony Ericsson

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Sony Ericsson announced a slew of mobile phones, including four 'candy bar' phones (K200, K220, J110, J120); two Cyber-shot phones (K810/K818, K550/K550im); and two music/Walkman phones (W880/W888, W610).

The K200 is a 'candy bar' phone featuring VGA camera and photo album that are accessible with just one click on the dedicated button. With slideshow view, and the ability to store up to 40 images, the phone makes it easy for users to view and share pictures with friends. Navigation is made easy with a menu set to a series of simple, single icons.
The phone will be available in Metallic Black or Light Champagne in select markets from Q2 2007.

The K220 has integrated FM radio with RDS, and can store up to 10 pre-set stations, with the ability to set a favorite station on the Radio Alarm Clock.

The phone will ship in Frost White or Ocean Blue in select markets from Q2 2007.

The J110 features large legible keys, easy navigation, a bright 65k color STN screen, up to nine hours' talk time, and room for up to 200 phone numbers, amongst others.

It will be available in Soft Cream, Smooth Grey, or Precious Purple in select markets from Q2 2007.

The J120 too features single-icon menu and one-click access, and comes with built-in FM Radio that allows users store up to 10 favorite channels. Besides, a stereo headset is supplied with the phone. A loudspeaker enables sharing radio with a wider audience, which doubles as speakerphone whenever required.

J120 will ship in select markets from Q2 2007, and is designed to stand out in its Night Black finish.

Of the Cyber-shot phones, the K810/K818 is a sleek yet high-performance device, with 3.2 megapixel camera that includes auto focus and Xenon flash.

The K810 is a UMTS 2100 (GSM 900/1800/1900) device, and will ship within Q2 2007. The K818 is a GSM variant intended specifically for China where 3G services are not established. Both the K810 and the K818 will come in Noble Blue and Golden Ivory colors.

The K550 Cyber-shot phone sports a 14mm thin form factor, and features a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus, LED photo light, and active lens cover. With Bluetooth technology and Picture Blogging, it takes the complexity out of viewing and sharing quality images.

The K550im is a distinct variant of the K550 - it is the first Cyber-shot phone to support i-mode, the operator service that gives direct access to a wide range of multimedia content and email.

The K550 and K550im will be available in select markets from Q1 2007. The K550 will come in Jet Black or Pearl White colors.

The Walkman phone, W880/W888, is just 9.4mm thin, and qualifies as the slimmest Sony Ericsson phone yet.

The in-box 1GB Memory Stick Micro offers room to store up to 900 full length tracks, while innovative music applications like the Walkman Player 2.0 and Disc2Phone make it easy to get music onto the phone and search through play lists. This UMTS 2100 GPRS 900/1800/1900 music phone also features a 2.0 megapixel camera.

With a brushed Stainless Steel finish, the phone comes in Steel Silver or Flame Black. It will be available in select markets from Q1 2007. Meanwhile, the W888 Walkman phone is a GSM variant, minus the video telephony functionality, and is intended specifically for China where 3G services are not established.

The other Walkman phone, the W610, is all about detail, be it detail in design, or the detailed combination of mobile music and a credible digital camera.

The W610 can store up to 470 full-length music tracks on the 512MB Memory Stick Micro provided, and features an innovative TrackID music recognition application that lets users record a clip of an unknown music track on the phone, to immediately get a notification regarding the name of the track, the artist, and the album to which it belongs. Besides, the phone features a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus.

An EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 music camera phone, the W610 will be available in select markets from Q2 2007.

Watch this space for the India availability and pricing of these phones!

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